Elizabeth Young Miller
Research Instruction &
Elizabeth is eager to help all Moravian Seminary students do their best work. Every week, she takes a walk from the library and makes herself available in the heart of the Seminary, the kitchen, to field questions about research, library resources, proper citation, and more.
After graduating from Presbyterian College in 2004 with a double major in German and History, Elizabeth began pursuing a career in Library Science. She received her Masters of Science in Library Science from Clarion University of Pennsylvania and began working in libraries all around the State. Before joining Reeve’s Library, she has helped numerous library patrons at Lancaster Theological Seminary’s Philip Schaff Library, Washington College’s Clifton M. Miller Library, and Elizabethtown College’s High Library. She has also worked for several historical societies in Pennsylvania and contributed to the Lancaster New Era’s “It’s All Relative” column, a newspaper column focused on genealogical research.
When she’s not in the Seminary or Reeve’s Library, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling with her husband, baking cookies, singing, reading (of course) with her toddler daughter, and taking walks with her chihuahua.